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1,440 minutes [Mar. 2nd, 2006|10:15 am]
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What a difference a day makes. Yesterday I woke up cranky and not having slept well because of computer issues. Work was frustrating (doing lots of boring stuff) and I was unfocused and unproductive. Robolab was fine (fewer kids make it easier!), and tax center was slow and boring, plus I had a headache that kept getting worse. I got home and worked on my computer to upgrade software for about two hours, before going to bed, still with a headache. (although I finally did get most of the stuff on my computer working - haven't tried the new X server, though, which was the point of upgrading)

Last night I slept really well, and I'm feeling great this morning, although I still have a lingering mini-headache. I'm optimistic about stuff, and I have new exciting things to work on at work. Hooray!

I woke up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, and I was right in the middle of a dream including djedi and destroyerj. I thought, "Hmm, I should set up something so I can email people the morning after they were in my dream, with a brief synopsis of the dream and their role in it. And in the same email, I could include the application to be in the next night's dream!" This was a bit crazy for me even at 4 AM, which I quickly realized :-)

Of the two dreams I remember last night, both involved elevators. I've always been a little scared of elevators, but I haven't had a problem with it in real life in a long time, so maybe that's why they keep showing up? Mostly nothing goes wrong in the elevators, but they're always weird in some way - the one I remember from last night destroyerj was pulling on some sort of pulley or something to move it, and it could move horizontally as well. They're usually weird enough to make me uneasy in the dream...
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From: tehfanboi
2006-03-02 06:38 pm (UTC)
It has been my experience that people often feel uncomfortable to find that they were in someone else's dream. This does differ however from person to person, but generally they always feel a bit awkward about it. But that could just be me, and if that is the case, I wonder why.
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[User Picture]From: djedi
2006-03-02 08:18 pm (UTC)
the second destroyerj link is misspelled.
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[User Picture]From: gregstoll
2006-03-02 08:21 pm (UTC)
How embarrassing! Fixed, thanks.
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